Approximately 30 Entergy employees volunteered to help Santa gift toys to more than 4,000 kids at the annual The Times-Picayune Doll and Toy Fund Gift Giving Event Dec. 21 in New Orleans.
The Entergy Charitable Foundation announced a $300,000 challenge grant to support the City of New Orleans’ City Seats program, which provides free high-quality early care to low-income working families in Orleans Parish.
Entergy’s dedicated and generous customers, employees and shareholders contributed $1.1 million in Louisiana to support The Power to Care, Entergy’s primary low-income assistance program which provides emergency utility bill payment assistance to elderly and disabled customers in their time of need.
Entergy’s vision, “We Power Life,” means much more than just keeping the lights on and the power safely flowing.
David Ellis, president and CEO of Entergy New Orleans, discusses Entergy’s partnership with the United Negro College Fund.
Entergy’s vision, “We Power Life,” means much more than just keeping the lights on and power safely flowing.
Employee participation helped this year’s event raise more than $3 million for New Orleans non-profits.
Volunteer activities included the Spring Sweep campus clean-up and beautification initiative.
Entergy New Orleans employees, executive team members and community friends competed in the tournament.